The Birdbook

The Birdbook is our encyclopedia of birds! Every bird we photographed will become a new addition to The Birdbook.

We started a small project called “The Birdbook” to provide entry-level knowledge about everyday birds. Every bird has its own unique behavior, sound, and appearance that shows the story of evolutionary strength and purity of nature. The only thing you have to do to be part of this inspiring story is to look up into the skies, as nature is everywhere.

Mute Swan

Mute Swan Description Swans are the largest extant members of the waterfowl family, Anatidae. The largest living species, including the mute swan (shown in the picture to the right), can reach a length of over 1.5m and weigh over 15 kg. Breeding Per nest, mute swans lay from 4 to 10 eggs. Female mute swans brood for about …

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Swan sitting in the water


Spoonbill Description The Eurasian Spoonbills is completely white except for its black legs and bill. Other than the Eurasian spoonbill there are 5 other species most of them look fairly similar except for the Roseate spoonbill, which is pink. Breeding The birds usually breed during the spring usually from the end of March to July. …

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House Sparrow

House Sparrow Description The male house sparrow differs from the female, while the females have a more light brown color, the males are a much darker brown. Breeding The birds breed from late March to August. They lay two to three clutches per breeding season with 4-6 eggs each. They breed in a loose colony. …

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